Question about Winter Sports
I'm worried they may be reckless and hurt themselves.
Make sure to choose a hill that isn't extremely steep.
Make sure that there are no ponds, trees, fences in the way.
Choose a snowy not icy hill-less dangerous.
Go in the daytime when you can see, not at night when you can't.
Wear proper winter clothes, but avoid scarves that can get tangled in the sled and strangle you.
Keep you arms and legs inside the sled.
Sit facing forwards so you won't get a head injury. Also wear a helmet.
If you fall off, move out of the way.
Posted on Jan 17, 2013
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